Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body on a roadside in eastern Yoknapatawpha County.
Zoe worked in publishing in New York before she became a columnist in Oxford.
Outside of school and work, Beau studies true crime and is active in his church.
The detectives talked to the young man who found Zoe's body.
A fellow officer notified Detectives Armstrong and Murphy about a potentially related incident.
Detective Armstrong spoke to a witness in a potentially related incident.
Howard and Marion are devoted to each other and their only child, Nancy.
The detectives spoke to Howard and Marion shortly after they arrived in town.
The Crime Beat reports: OWP columnist Zoe Chase killed in possible carjacking
The detectives took some items into evidence from Zoe's house.
Jack caught the acting bug in high school and pursued it in college and beyond.
Detective Armstrong ran into Jack at Zoe's house.
Peggy grew up in Michigan and moved to Oxford after college.
Detective Armstrong asked Peggy about her business and personal relationships with Zoe.
A founding member of the Oxford Writers Circle, Mallory has published several books to modest success.
Detective Murphy spoke to Zoe's friend and fellow writer, Mallory.
Ed has never been happier since he married vivacious Dani and they had twin girls.
The detectives visited the Bonner residence and spoke to Ed, the only one home at the time.
Dani and Zoe were best friends from the day they met until the day Zoe died.
The detectives went back to the Bonner residence a little later to talk to Dani.
CSU provided an inventory of evidence collected at the scene of Zoe Chase's homicide.
Investigators transcribed a portion of an audio recording potentially relevant to the Zoe Chase homicide.
Debbie has lived all over the country as she struggled to find her path in life.
At the detectives' request, Debbie came in to talk about her relationship with Zoe.
After a painful divorce, Steven regained his footing when he started writing.